Wanna know more about Black Panther, Archangel, Rogue and the Grey Hulk? This week’s episode covers those heroes and more!
This is part two of our [MR BLACK]-part series looking back at Impel’s 1990 trading card set. With 160+ cards it laid out the wider Marvel Universe and showed a whole generation (namely ours!) just how deep and wide this universe really was. Peep the classic art AND learn a bit about 1990-era storylines – just before “’90s comics” became “’90s comics.”
Check out part one if ya like what you see, and we’ll be back next week with even MOAR heroes!
9 thoughts on “Marvel Trading Card Analysis – Super Heroes Part II”
These are great, perfect Saturday afternoon viewing.
that was awesome that Henry was able to pick out that Mike Weringo art on that Shadowcat card.
I don’t think I own that one. I loved Weringo’s art. I need to go find that card!
wait… was this something you guys did live?!
when? was it a patreon exclusive?
Wasn’t live, we just use the same setup to record it. Ya didn’t miss anything!
oh thank gawd.
well, I can’t wait for the next one.
I really can’t wait for you guys to get to the Stan Lee card. haha
That Shadowcat card is definitely by Art Adams, not Weiringo. Still some good art though.
I’m pretty sure the Shadowcat card was another Art Adams. There’s a small “AA” on the bottom right.
I’m loving these, I hope you guys do more collectible stuff after you have finished the marvel cards.
These are great, guys! It takes me back to the early 90s when my friends were trading cards and walking 5 blocks to get a code for Street Fighter 2 SNES.
Please keep this kind of stuff up. My schedule doesn’t allow me to get to all of LTN’s stuff but I find a way for these